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Melanoma March is MIA’s flagship annual fundraising event. After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, we are excited to welcome our dedicated community back to physical events across the country. This year’s event aims to raise $1 million to support a Personalised Immunotherapy Clinical Trial.

This will be the 11th year of Melanoma March, and it remains a critical fundraiser to support our life-saving research under the leadership of Professor Georgina Long AO and Professor Richard Scolyer AO and our many collaborating institutions.

Major breakthroughs in treatment have been made over the past decade. However, about 50% of advanced melanoma patients do not respond, or become resistant, to immunotherapy. This year we have a fundraising target of $1m to support a world-first Personalised Immunotherapy Clinical Trial.

Register now for your local event, or of you can’t attend a local event you can ‘March Your Way’.

Wagga – 13 March
Crescent Head – 20 March
Manly – 27 March
Tamworth – 27 March
Western Sydney – 1 May

Canberra – 13 March

Melbourne – 20 March

Sunshine Coast – 6 March
Townsville – 20 March
Brisbane – 21 May
Coolangatta – 29 May

Bunbury – 13 March
Denmark – 19 March
Perth – 27 March

Adelaide – 27 March

Hobart – 20 March

Darwin – 26 March

Together we can take steps to beat melanoma.


Melanoma March is an initiative of Melanoma Institute Australia, incorporating melanomaWA and Amie St Clair. It is proudly supported by Melanoma Patients Australia, Australian Melanoma Research Foundation, Skin Cancer Tasmania and other melanoma research organisations across Australia.


How will wet weather impact Melanoma March?

Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by the floods.

MIA and the Melanoma March committees are closely monitoring the weather. Melanoma March will go ahead if it is raining, but not if conditions are unsafe. The safety of all participants is paramount. A decision will be made on the Friday before each event, and we’ll notify registrants if their march has been cancelled.

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